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Tickets now on sale for the Post-Parade Party

By  |  March 03, 2013
 

After marching in the Parade, join us at Stout for the afterparty! Performing will be special guests The Rogues (“one of the top Celtic music acts today” Celtic Music Magazine). The limited open bar is going to be three hours long, and feature Belhaven’s new Belhaven Black Scottish Stout.

Live music: 4:30 to 9:30

Limited open bar: 4:30 to 7:30

Tickets are only $40 (partially tax-deductible), and can be purchased using popular ticketing website Eventbrite or offline. Click here for tickets and info

Stout is half a block from Penn Station, at 133 West 33rd St., between 6th/7th Aves. This year we’ll have the lower level (non-accessible).

Proceeds help support the Parade, bringing you a bigger and better New York Tartan Day Parade every year.

 

The Rogues

For nearly two decades, the Rogues have electrified audiences on three continents with their unique, multi-instrumental sound that includes traditional and original rock/pop songs, film soundtrack music, and Celtic-based foot-stompers.

They’ve added to their ever-growing family of fans – affectionately known as the Rogue Army – at music festivals, theaters, Highland Games, renaissance festivals, clubs, pubs, and corporate events—anywhere that presents top-quality, high-energy music.

In December 2009, the Rogues defeated nearly 65 other bands from around the world to win Strangford Lough’s 1st Battle of the Celtic Bands. They then appeared at the Monte Carlo in Las Vegas, and their recording of “Bonny Portmore” is in the 2011 film, The Irishman, starring Christopher Walken and Val Kilmer.

They’ve performed at the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo, the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games, the North Texas Irish Festival, the Chicago Highland Games, and the Antigonish Highland Games, among many others. They’ve also hosted their own exceptionally well-received variety show, “Celtic Crossroads”, which included performers from all over North America and Europe; and they’ve appeared in regular rotation on satellite radio.

And on Saturday evening after the Parade, they’ll be tearing it up at Stout. Get your tickets now!

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